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[texts]Shaking it up: challenging veteran teachers to change: a dissertation - Lang, Eveyln Baker
[The] research, conducted at a 600 student middle school, explored the conditions and factors needed by veteran teachers to learn about and implement educational change, either mandated or teacher-initiated. Qualitative research methods used include in-depth interviews of veteran teachers and observations in classrooms, cluster meetings and professional development workshops... The veteran teachers studied were stimulated by change, regularly sought ways to improve, aspired to teach their studen...
Keywords: Teachers -- In-service training
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[texts]Text and texture: an arts-based exploration of transformation in adult learning - Larsen, Enid E.
This research explored the transformational and co-transformational potential of collage, assemblage and mixed media in an accelerated undergraduate adult course on imagination and creativity. The methods were qualitative and arts-based artist-teacher inquiry within a constructivist art class for ten, female adult learners. Informed by the researcher's living inquiry through visual auto-ethnography, a collagist methodology shaped the research, including syllabus construction, course delivery and...
Keywords: Adult learning; Adult education; Art study and teaching; Collage; Mixed media; Assemblage; Creative thinking; Adult learners; Psychology; Self-actualization (Psychology); Motivation in education
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[texts]Teachers' implementation of inquiry in elementary science education: a dissertation - Lawrence, Maria De Freece
This research was an exploratory study of elementary school science education as implemented by five exemplary teachers in grades one through five, situated in four school districts of a Rhode Island Local Systemic Change initiative. This study sought to characterize the presence of inquiry-based teaching consistent with the tenets of constructivism and scientific inquiry as expressed in the book Inquiry and the National Science Foundation Standards: A Guide for Teaching and Learning (National R...
Keywords: Science -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- Activity programs -- Research
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[texts]Getting to the heart of mentoring relationships: a dissertation - LeDuc, Karen
The purpose of this study was to understand how the mentoring relationship and its organizational supports help to inform mentoring programs in public schools. Mentoring is defined as a complex interaction between a public school teacher, the mentor, and a new-to-the-district teacher, the protege. The mentoring relationship is examined from the perspectives of the mentor and the protege. --Abstract
Keywords: Mentoring in education -- United States
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